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, western fairfax and loudoun county. we stayed above freezing and we will through the rest of the morning. we're in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. rest of the day today, might have an isolated sprinkle or a flurry that otherwise will be drying and a bit of blustery wind. a little sun back this afternoon, into the low 50s. i'll be back in ten minutes. danella with a look at first 4 traffic. >> roads in prince george's county not seeing any problems right now. let's talk about the beltway. i'll give you a live look as you make your way past 5. no issues there. inner loop and outer loop getting by. as you make your way northbound and southbound, between the beltway and the 14th street bridge, smooth sailing. making your way into the district, no issues the report. aaron, over to you. >>> this morning, all eyes are on wall street. take a look at the numbers. the dow fell more than 300 points. the nasdaq and s&p also suffered big losses yesterday, triggered by fears of the pending financial cliff. nbc's tracy potts live on capitol hill now with more on the political efforts to avert that
of those in western fairfax county, southern loudoun, as well as prince george's and the northern neck of virginia, just a few scattered sprinkles there. it is cold in the mountains off to our west below freezing. all the areas in the lighter blue are in the mid to upper 30s to 40 degrees. for the morning hours, clouds around, just a small chance of a scattered flurry. the winds will begin to pick up a bit and start gusting to around 25, 30 miles an hour by later this afternoon. now let's go to danella with our first 4 traffic. >> thanks, tom. still checking on that accident along northbound i-95 just north of 32. an update for you. it involves an overturned box truck. you are able to get by but you have to stick to the right to get past it. i-270 at montrose road, in both directions north and south between clarksburg and the beltway. outside and inside the beltdway, accident-free as well as no more construction. cones if you're traveling westbound approaching the beltway. that work zone is clear and your lanes are open. back over to you. >>> news4 at the news desk with break news. >>
of the leftover shower is still back here in extreme western fairfax county. but if you are headed up, you know, through laurel, up i-95 towards baltimore, then you will probably have a wet commute on your way home. nothing heavy, but just enough as sandy is still annoying. temperatures, 46 in rockville and gaithersburg. 47 in bethesda as we are looking at 47 in vienna and fairfax a. little chilly out. there 49 at college park and 49 in bowie. so now cool weather will continue in early show -- an early shower tonight. still breezy tomorrow. dry morning commute. that will be nice. the kids will need their jackets again tomorrow and you will probably need your jacket too. for tonight, early shower or sprinkle. winds are westerly at 10 to 15. and now tomorrow morning, becoming partly cloudy. breezy, chilly. you will still need your jackets. northwest 10 to 15. by the afternoon, we can't shake these winds. partly cloudy, windy, cool. jacket is a good idea. highs are around 55. and occasionally it will be gusty with a small craft advisory for your bay and for tomorrow. now good news, the next three
south of town. heavier rains north and northwest of town this morning from western fairfax through montgomery county, up into areas of caroll county, south of westminster but north of mount airy. frederick on the eastern side of the county seeing more moderate showers. things begin to break up as you go up 70. back in loudoun county gean in fairfax, ashburn, chantilly seeing some of the more had rat showers -- more moderate showers. showery back to the south and west. again southern maryland you've seen a lot less than the rest of us. 49 now at the pax river naval air station. 40 in hagerstown. it's 45 in culpeper. gaithersburg 41. but windchills are running in the mid- to upper 30s in many areas with the dampness. outside on our michael & son weather camera, you see just the dreary looking start to the day with a temperature of 45 and currently a north wind at again, gusting close to 30 although the breezes will come down a little bit as the day wears on. so the forecast today about 52 or so with some sun this afternoon. yellow alert for the morning showers which will slow your co
's southern montgomery, arlington. western fairfax, northern montgomery, down in mid to upper 30s, but all above freezing. farther north, frederick into washington county, panhandle of west virginia, shenandoah valley into the mountains of west virginia. right now temperatures there are in the upper 20s. here's how things are looking for the rest of the period into the week ind. a few of these morning sprinkles and sun breaking out this afternoon. highs reaching the mid-50s by midafternoon. cold start to saturday morning, down near freezing. saturday afternoon should be climbing into the low 50s. then sunday, monday, and all the way into wednesday each day, chilly mornings, but above freezing. and chilly afternoons, only in the low to mid-50s. does look like thanksgiving day we should be sunny with a high around 60 degrees. warmest day of the period here coming up towards the end of next week. i'll return in ten minutes. a look at your traffic now with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> i'm checking the roadways. let's start with the dulles access road. earlier this morning along
and a few wet snowflakes. howard county, parts of southern montgomery, and into western fairfax. these areas of pink and gray. elsewhere, the green areas with light rain down 95 from prince william to fredericksburg, much of southern maryland and across the bay. on the eastern shore, all rain. temperatures above freezing. road temperatures around 40 degrees, and the air temperatures in the upper 30s to around 40 degdrees. we're going to stay above freezing throughout the day. all of this coming from the coastal storm. as we go forward here, some snow in this area of lavender, eastern shore and new york city during the morning and afternoon hours. we'll have the changeover occur on the eastern shore. perhaps around 11:00, noon or so. and may swing enough moisture far west for us to get accumulating snow here too. then we'll pull out as the storm moves away tomorrow and a beautiful pattern into the weekend. for our region, hour by hour today, umbrella needed with a few sprinkles, light rain and snow. from the afternoon during the evening hours, we'll be above freezing. we're going to have it m
. temperatures subfreezing, western fairfax, out to loudoun county. a lot of spots in the cold sheltered valleys below the freezing mark. nearest drops down across the virginia/north carolina border, all quiet upstream. dry today, dry on election day. cold morning. sunshine for most today. the less wind and the more sunshine today, will make it feel much, much warmer today than yesterday. yesterday felt like the middle of winter. >> we were going to go to the farm and i scratched that. we're going to the mall and everybody else had the same idea. >> get the horse blanket for yourself. >> you're right about that. >>> in the news, a 19-year-old behind bars after he attacked two women in two separate incidents. officers arrested demarco miles and charged him with first degree sex assault. they believe he attacked a woman at howard university friday afternoon as well. and facing charges for attacking a woman last week. >>> and the family of a local man vanniced october 24th. he was last seen at his home on havenwood place and may be disoriented. >>> and rosalynn and cemetery stations remain closed f
. and that little band of moderate rain passing into the western suburbs in fairfax and montgomery county over the next half hour or so. mostly light rain across the district, southern montgomery county, all of prince george's and much of southern maryland, including prince george's county and to the western part of the northern neck. this rain is going to be with us for another couple of hours at least. behind that, all these areas in dark blue are below freezing. ohio, much of west virginia, pennsylvania, into the midwest. it's down into the 20s many of those locations. right around the metro area, we're in the 40s. we're going to hold steady in the 40s throughout the day, hour by hour. you'll need an umbrella. through 9:00 a.m., we'll have that rain and dry after that. a chilly afternoon and breezy. by dawn tomorrow, near freezing. starting off tomorrow, much of the area a freeze. we'll have a clear sky, sunny tomorrow with a high near 50. chilly mornings and chilly afternoons all the way into the weekend. remaining dry into maybe half of sunday. right now looks like sunday afternoon and ev
below freezing in the central shenandoah valley and out in the mountains of west virginia and western maryland. closer to washington, fairfax, arlington, prince george's counties generally mid and upper 30s. we've got a breeze that's kicking up too. it's blustery and gusting to around 15, 20 miles an hour. you need your warmest winter coat on this friday morning. it's going to be cold standing at the bus stop. right now reagan national at 43. a bit milder right on the bay. elsewhere inland, away from the waters, it's cold. as we get into the rest of the afternoon, we'll climb to around 60 degrees. storm team 4 four-day forecast, lots of sunshine. the breezes will still be a bit blustery during the day. they'll diminish by this afternoon and tonight. going out tonight, a clear sky. 40s in the evening. near 40 at dawn. during the afternoon, a high around 60. then much warmer weather moving in on sunday. afternoon highs soaring to near 70 degrees. finally getting above average for the first time in a couple of weeks. we'll have lots of sunshine on sunday, a delightful day. for veterans d
to the 20s parts of the shenandoah valley and the blue ridge, parts of western maryland and west virginia. only the upper 30s now. prince george's, montgomery, arlington, fairfax counties, much of southern maryland, northern neck, eastern shore generally above freezing, but it's in the 40s. let's take a look at what may be happening here for the rest of the afternoon. ought to get sunshine breaking out and during the day on tuesday for election day, sun in the morning and get some clouds beginning to move in tuesday night as a coastal storm begins to develop. all this area in green and orange, this is rain. it's going to be coming into colder air. this area in blue, this is potential snow. this is as of wednesday late afternoon into wednesday night. we could have that rain changing to snow in our region. rain and wind right along the atlantic seaboard all the way up to new york city into new england. the storm is going to track right along the coast, it appears, and move into new england by thursday. by wednesday, we'll dry out. our first snow of the season may be happening wednesday afte
, 40 in great falls, fairfax, 42 in college park and 40 in bowie. tracking the nor'easter, light rain or snow east of town tonight, stays dry in the western suburbs and tomorrow morning's commute will describe as well. dress for the 40s tomorrow because of the wind. our futurecast right about now, we see the rain in baltimore, the snow in southern sections of new jersey and a little bit on the delmarva. it briefly comes back to the west and then by about 11:00 tonight it is gone. then the good news, we clear out pretty fast. tomorrow morning early clouds, but by 8:00 you'll need your sunglasses and by this time tomorrow evening i think we'll be pretty much clear. you need a coat and sunglasses tomorrow. next three days our 9 weather alerts all green, 52 tomorrow, 59 friday and 68 on saturday with sunshine. you know what? it gets better. sunshine on sunday, temperatures around 70. so great weather, couldn't ask for any better weather for the heart walk, ms. brikman and mr. bernstein and ravens home, pretty nice day near 70, showers tuesday and in the 50s wednesday. that's about average
of the mountains of western maryland and parts of west virginia, it's near freezing now. closer to washington. it's in the mid-40s to upper 40s in the nearby suburbs in prince george's, arlington, fairfax, and montgomery counties. much of southern maryland near the bay hovering near 50. for the morning commute, you'll need an umbrella. rainy, chilly, by 6:00 a.m. still hovering in the upper 40s to mid-40s in the north and west. by noontime, all the rain over. should end by 9:00 or 10:00. cloudy and chilly for the lunch hour. winds still blustery, 20 miles an hour out of the north and west. we'll be holding steady in the 40s for the rest of the afternoon and down to near 40 by midnight and down to 30 by dawn tomorrow. by this time tomorrow morning, likely a widespread freeze under a clear sky. lots of sun tomorrow but highs only in the 40s to near 50. average high this time of year 59. we're not going to be anywhere near that for the next several days. cold mornings and chilly afternoons thursday, friday, and saturday. we may have a little disturbance off the atlantic seaboard sunday into monday.
are chilly, 40s and 30s, 39 in gaithersburg, 40 in rockville, 40 in great falls, 40 in fairfax, still 42 in college park and 41 in bowie. so tracking the nor'easter, light rain and/or snow primarily east of town tonight. it will stay dry in the western suburbs. good news for everyone, it will be a dry morning commute. keep your jacket handy and sunglasses tomorrow. yes, we'll see a fair amount of sunshine. now we see showers and rain baltimore, anne arundel into prince george's county. it moves out pretty fast. the clouds hang tough through midnight. then we see breaks and by tomorrow afternoon we're looking at pretty much pure sunshine. the winds will pick up, though. remember we're talking low 50s, but dress for the 40s tomorrow because it's going to feel a little blustery. tonight windy, cold, light rain and/or snow east ending by dawn, in fact, before dawn, lows in the 30s, winds northwest 15 to 25 and gusty. by morning, partly cloudy, windy and cold, 30s and 40s, definitely need a jacket and then by afternoon partly cloudy, windy and chilly. you'll need a jacket or coat all day. aga
, but not producing sprinkles like yesterday morning. in western maryland, yes, one snow shower in eastern garrett county. still recovering, many people out there still without power, frederick county, maryland, power out in a few locations. mid 30s in montgomery county. much of fairfax county near 40, as well as prince georges county. farther south and west, much of virginia and southern maryland, right up near the water, are in the mid up ander 30s. no freezing temperatures. for the morning commute, sunrise, 7:37. 6:00 a.m. partly cloudy and cold, to the 30s to 40 degrees. you will need your winter coat this morning. chilly, winds picking up, gusting to 20 to 25 miles an hour. temperatures around 50 degrees by the noon hour. storm team 4, four-day forecast, blustery on saturday. tomorrow morning, near freezing, and the afternoon highs in the low 50s. average high this time year is 63. and we'll have colder than average temperatures, all the way through the weekend, and much of next week. don't forget, turn your clocks back one hour on saturday night before you go to bed. sunday, temperatures wit
. maybe some flakes later tonight, not a big deal. 39 in gaithersburg, 41 in fairfax, 42 in college park and 41 in bowie. so tracking the nor'easter, a little light rain or snow tonight, but it stays dry in the western suburbs, dry morning commute. keep your jacket handy. next three days guess what, 9 weather alerts are green, green, green. windy tomorrow but decent, 52. cool but nice friday, 59, sunshine and look at this, saturday, mostly sunny, in the upper 60s and it just gets better. yes, it does. check this out. i'm going 70 or near 70 on sunday and on monday. we have the heart walk on saturday, anita and howie there. please participate in that. ravens are at home, 70, 70 on monday, maybe showers on tuesday. we're back in the 60s and a little cooler next week, nothing crazy, partly cloudy on wednesday, highs in the mid- 50s. so again the storm up north, gusts 45 miles per hour at islip and 35 in laguardia. so it's really insult to injury there. i mean if you didn't have power and it was snowing, how bummed would you be? >> very. >> deeply bummed. >> completely. >>> coming up just in
's in the 40s, low 40s. the dark blue areas, this is the 20s here in the highlands of western maryland and west virginia. it's only in the low 20s there. right around the beltway, montgomery, arlington, fairfax counties, generally above freezing. below freezing much of virginia and maryland. hour by hour, we'll have the winds a bit blustery. by 7:00 a.m., still cold and breezy. winds gusting to around 20 miles an hour as we get through noontime and during the middle of the afternoon. by then, we'll be aouround 60 degrees. sunset 4:59. a look at traffic this friday morning with danella. >> good morning. first 4 traffic. >>> starting with i-270. going to slow down southbound out of frederick. sluggish as you make your way past 109. past 109 heading towards clarksburg continuing to germantown. northbound, nice and clear. southbound to the beltway, no issues there. traveling the beltway, checking the inner loop from i-270 toward i-95. travel lanes are open and you're traveling at speed. no major delays. eun, over to you. >> danella, thank you. 6:02. >>> breaking news. firefighters surrounded the wa
with the wind out of the southwest. in fairfax, the average height is 59. temperatures to dramatically dropping behind this cold front. right now, you see the area of showers moving through western virginia and the border with more showers behind the front in much cooler air. all this will cross the region tonight. we're thinking 11:00 or midnight for these to move in and spread through the area. problems in charlotte to deal with for the morning commute. the annual lotus most, the temperature is taking a tumble. 67 right now at reagan national. 72 this hour in fredericksburg. a delightful afternoon even with the sky. shifting winds and temperatures. 58 degrees at 11:00 tonight and into the 40's seven hours later. through the day, we have been watching temperatures drop. it has been wintry behind the cold front. 25 in minneapolis minn., is a the cold air is coming in. this is the time of year where the track will miss us and we only get a glancing blow. we get colder, but that in a change you will feel. here the way the satellite and radar look. clear skies rapidly developing in west central an
, arlington, fairfax counties generally upper 30s. that wind makes it feel even colder. meanwhile, farther west, down into the upper 20s, parts of the shenandoah valley and mountains of western maryland, west virginia. many locations below freezing. the winds are lighter there. we have a bit of a blustery wind around the bay and the eastern shore. for the morning commute, 6:45, clear, cold, breezy. wearing your warmest winter gear. temperatures in the low 30s to 40s at 6:00 this morning. then for the lunch hour, we'll be warming up to low to mid-50s. wind still gusting to 20 miles an hour out of the north and west. we'll have that bright sunshine. it will feel nice anyway. later today, we'll reach near 60 during the afternoon. 61 is the high for this time of year. we may be near that with clouds coming in saturday afternoon. sunday even warmer. does look like we'll soar to the upper 60s and maybe a few locations near 70 degrees on sunday afternoon. it will feel like summer. as we get into monday, the day we observe veterans day, going to be in the mid-60s with increasing clouds. that will
, especially near the bay waters. montgomery, prince george's, arlington, fairfax, generally mid-30s. farther west where the cloud cover is even thinner, down to the upper 20s, panhandle of west virginia and washington county west into western maryland. upper 20s now. later today storm team 4 four-day forecast up around 50 degrees. overnight tonight partly cloudy. mid-30s by dawn on friday. tomorrow looking partly cloudy with afternoon highs into the low to mid-50s. and then cold weather on saturday morning. clear. down near freezing. low 50s. a lot of sun on saturday. sunday looking partly cloudy. morning lows, mid-30s. coastal storm you're talking about the last few days. we may not have any effects from it. highs mid-50s. a look at traffic. >> good morning. metro reported delays. six minutes. this is on the 403. over to the roadways, let's discuss bridges. travel lanes are open here. a live look as you make your way around. on the outer loop as well as the inner loop, no issues. you can get by without problems. key bridge, nice and clear. over the 14th street bridge heading into the distri
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